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The Missouri River


Formed at the confluence of the Gallitan,the Jefferson and the Madison rivers, the Missouri runs 150 miles from Three Forks to Great Falls. Originally a transportation thoroughfare for Indians, it might be hard to imagine that the 100 foot span of the "Mighty Mo" has the characteristics of a spring creek, but indeed it does.

River sections between the dams allow anglers the opportunity to catch not only the smaller, resident fish, but also the considerably larger migaratory fish. they play an important role in the overall fishing appeal of the water, as it is not unheard of to see six-to-ten pound rainbows as they move out of the reservoirs into the river sections.

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